LOS ANGELES — Costa Rican international Marco Urena accounted for the first two goals in Los Angeles FC pre-season history Friday as the expansion franchise club tied MLS champion Toronto FC 2-2.
The game pitted Toronto captain Michael Bradley against his father, AFC head coach Bob Bradley.
"All in all, not bad," Bob Bradley said of his team’s performance.
"There’s a lot of work to do still," he added.
Tsubasa Endoh and Sebastian Giovinco scored for Toronto, which led 1-0 and 2-1. Urena pulled LAFC even for the second time in the 84th minute.
The game, which saw both teams field younger lineups in the first half before turning to senior players in the second, was played at UCLA.
"It was a good day. We got a lot of guys minutes," said Toronto coach Greg Vanney.
Toronto returns home Saturday before leaving heading south again Tuesday to continue training camp in Mexico.